Tower Tic Tac Toe (PC)
Tower Tic Tac Toe (PC) is an interesting twist on the classic game, Tic Tac Toe. The game is similar in content to the classic Atari video game, 3D Tic Tac Toe. The idea of the game was formulated around 2006, almost a decade before the founding of EagleSoft Ltd. After several failed and terrible attempts at coding the game (due to beginner's spontaenous go-fever, lack of experience, and lack of proper programming techniques), the game was finally restarted and finished in 2010. It has also been ported to the Sega Genesis/CD.
Coded with QuickBASIC/QB64, Tower Tic Tac Toe is an MS-DOS styled, old-fashioned, ASCII art game, which features powerups, and the ability to win the game by placing their marker 3-in-a-row through the three floors stacked on the tower. It is a very interesting game, worth playing.
Powerups are generated by roulette on the player's turn, and include:
Removing one of the opponent's markers
Adding an additional marker
Adding an obstacle
Prevents any placement of markers
All X's are replaced with O's and vice versa
Fill the corners of the selected floor with the player's marker